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Public lives, personal diaries: Medieval Japanese women"s nikki.
Lianne S. Zwarenstein
Written in English
Women"s nikki, or diaries, of the early medieval period of Japan reveal an uneasy relationship with their more popular literary ancestors of the Heian period. This thesis seeks to place these texts within the context of their times in order to understand the silence surrounding the lives and feelings of the authors, the focus on duties and responsibilities, and the interest they show in literary production itself. It argues that medieval women"s nikki attempt to reconcile an inherited expressive tradition with a social context that discourage private content. The contradiction between the nikki genre as shaped in the Heian period and the uses to which female authors in the Kamakura period put this form, gives insight into genre as a living subject and exposes the ways in which it shapes, and is shaped by, authorship.
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Poetic diary (歌日記, uta nikki) or Nikki bungaku (日記文学) is a Japanese literary genre, dating back to Ki no Tsurayuki 's Tosa Nikki, compiled in roughly Nikki bungaku is a genre including prominent works such as the Tosa Nikki, Kagerō Nikki, and Murasaki Shikibu Nikki.
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“A beggar child [struck] in by a cart when squatting in a London street (‘secreta nature faciendo sedentem’) is censoriously described in the record as little more. Hulvey places Ben no Naishi nikki within the tradition of women's kana literature, alongside works such as Izayoi nikki (), Nakatsukasa Naishi nikki (ca.
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women from Also contains introductory essays, a chronology, and a bibliography.